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We are very pleased to announce that Dr. Goran Miljan recently took up his position as postdoctoral fellow at the Hugo Valentin Centre. Dr. Miljan will work on the research project "The 'Ideal Nation-State' for the 'Ideal New Croat': Fascism and the Holocaust in the Independent State of Croatia, 1941–1945”. It deals with the relationship between radical ideologies and the implementation of the Final Solution in local croatian communities during the Second World War.


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The Hugo Valentin Centre is an inter-disciplinary unit with its main focus on research and education within two prioritized areas: on the one hand cultural and social phenomena and processes of change related to the ethnic dimension in human life, on the other hand Holocaust and genocide studies. To these subject fields belong for instance minority studies, multilingualism, ethnic relations, Balkan studies, Holocaust history, the study of genocide and similar atrocities, as well as the effect of violence on individuals and society...  Read more

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We are very pleased to announce that Dr. Goran Miljan recently took up his position as postdoctoral fellow at the Hugo Valentin Centre. Dr. Miljan will work on the research project "The 'Ideal Nation-State' for the 'Ideal New Croat': Fascism and the Holocaust in the Independent State of Croatia, 1941–1945”. It deals with the relationship between radical ideologies and the implementation of the Final Solution in local croatian communities during the Second World War.